India the land of Wonders ~ The legendary Marwari horse, Cultural delights, and Tigers

March 2nd - March 16th 2020

Tiger in India
Marwari Horse in the desert of India

The Indian state of Rajasthan is a beautiful fusion of old and new; the ancient and the modern. Historically Rajasthan is one of India's richest regions littered with magnificent forts and palaces that were once home, and in many cases still are, to royal princes. Some of these are now hotels where we will stay during this amazing photography workshop. India has so many wonderous sights and magical places it would be a crime to just focus just on horses, so we are giving you the best of the best!

Marwari Horse India surrounded by dust
 Jaipur Palace of the Winds India
leopard photo from india

Mixed thoughout the workshop, we will explore the legendary land of the Marwari horse and this exoctic horse breed, only found in India. Their strong spirit andpersevering character will capture your heart and take your breathe away. Many people believe Marwari horses are descendents from the gods.  An equine breed of incredible beauty and grace, that was strong enough to hold its own against the fiercest of attacks and to survive the harsh unforgiving conditions of its land. Yet it was endowed with a grace that can only be compared to poetry in motion. Its courage and loyalty have been immortalized and along with its legendary masters, ithas come to be worshipped by the people of India.  As a group we will travel around India to photograph the Marwari horse in spectacular places; beautiful palaces and traditional architecture, mysterious Banyan trees, in water and varied desert landscapes, with and without traditional jewelry. 

We will have two days safari into Ranthambore National park- the most renowned national park in northern India. We will also visit a Leopard sanctuary, famous forts and palaces, shop traditional spice and textile markets all while learning to see and capture natural light in unimaginable ways to give your images depth and emotion.

Elephant Holi Festival
Marwari Horse India photo workshop
Holi Festival

We will immerse ourselves in the pulse, sounds and colors of Holi Festival.  Holi Festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to celebrate unity and togetherness. It is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. 

You will need a visa as well as a passport to travel to India. You can obtain an e-visa via this link:


What's Included

15 days and 14 night accomodations

Meals at our accomdations

Airport pickup in Jaipur

Transportation and transfers during the workshop

Photographic instruction in the field as well as post processing for those interested

Entrance fees to sightseeing attractions and safaris.

What's Not Included



Personal expenses (shopping etc.)

 Accomodation and Food

We will stay in the finest heritage hotels in Jaipur, Bikaner, Ranthambore and Jodhpur.

During the workshop we will have delicious traditonal and  continental dishes to complete our cultural dining experience. Meals will accomodate vegetarian and vegan diets. 

Details and Price

Plan your arrival into Jaipur for March 2, 2020

Cost of the workshop is $6200.

A $3000. non-refundable deposit will hold your place Trip insurance is recommended ~ I have a list of insurance providers for those interested.

$650. Single-supplement for those wishing a private room

Final payment is due 120 days prior to departure

Maximum of 8 participants

Sun glasses, mosquito repellents, a wide brimmed hat and sunscreen is recommended.

Rajasthan is still very traditional.  We recommend you to wear long trousers or skirts and dresses that cover minimum your knees. Also your tops shouldn´t be too short,  as a minimum the shoulders should be covered. Linen clothing is a cool and comfortable option. 

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